Scene 2 is when Mary and Mrs Adams are shown into Mary’s accommodation, they are both shocked at how dirty and unpleasant the room is. Towards the end of scene 2 Mrs Adams does not want to leave her little girl in a place like this, but has no option. The last scene I was in was Scene 4, this is where Mary speaks to the Matron about having a day off work in order to go to an interview. Matron does not want Mary to apply, this is because the job Mary wanted was in Eastbourne and this is where Mary’s boyfriend lived, Matron is very reluctant to even let Mary ring the employer but realises its Mary’s life and she has to make her own decisions for herself. The acting style of my piece was Naturalism, and the presentation style was Realism.
The society as put in everyones head to be. She's wants the perfect picture of love that isn't there. Wondering what is her lover really doing, since he was not answering her phone call. She proceeds to his house. She is afraid of what she might see when she goes
This shows a change in the protagonist because before Jing-mei wasn’t any good at playing the piano because she never desired to put forth the effort into practicing, but in the end of the story she tries to play a song called “Perfectly Contented”, and after years of not practicing she finds that the piece comes effortlessly to her. Jing-mei finally realizes that her mother was actually right all along and she was indeed limiting herself. The fact that Jing-mei could play the song on the piano without any practice shows that she indeed could have been a prodigy if she applied herself. Theme: Immigrant parents often put a tremendous burden on their children to succeed in America, never thinking about their children’s wants because they believe they know best,
The Whipples family lives on a farm and they are very poor. With the mother being afraid of what the neighbors might say, she is spending most of her time watching after him and taking care of him. In the story He keeps getting sick or getting hurt and the mother is always watching after him, taking him to the doctor, and taking care of him. Since the family is so poor, they don’t have enough money to keep going to the doctor. In this story, the family doesn’t have any freedom and they don’t know what it’s like to have that sense of freedom because they are always doing things to please other people or taking care of Him and not having hardly enough money.
You see many shows like Super Nanny were kids walk all over the parents, because they know that all they get is a time out. Parents have to deal with a lot from their kids that they shouldn't have to take over and over. Parents try and take things from their kids, but it turns out that the kids cause more problems because their bored without it. Kids do things that they shouldn't and parents tell them they can’t do that by giving them a light spank on the butt. The parents show that their not going to allow the child goofing off and they will be listened to.
There is an example of this when Romeo attends the Capulet’s party, and this is where he is first exposed to Juliet and where the misfortune begins. At this point in time Romeo and Juliet immediately fall in love with one another. Romeo is a Montague and Juliet is a Capulet, this is a problem for their love since the two families are quarreling with each other. They cannot see each other while in the presence of another family member. Their relationship has to be kept a secret and the only ones that know of it are Friar Laurence and
Elena’s parents died in a mysterious way. She now lives with her aunt Ava. Since no one knows how her parents died she becomes distant from her friends, especially her two best friends Stella and Rose. Everyday Elena’s friends would ask if she was alright, but every time they ask Elena would lie to them. “Are you alright?” Rose asked.
On the way to dinner she sees the chrysanthemums on the road and tries to not look back at them. She does not mention them to Henry, who has not seen them, and she turns her head so he cannot see her crying. For Elisa and Henry it is not easy to maintain their marriage picture perfect. Throughout the story Elisa seems to have some doubts about her lifestyle and marriage but in spite of that I believe these complications are fixable and she should stay with her husband and work it out. In the story “The Chrysanthemums” I think Elisa and Henry should stay together because regardless of them not having interest on
The main character suffers from depression. Her husband wants to help with her illness, but only helps make her worse by preventing her from enjoying what she loves the most. "There comes John, and I must put this away, he hates to have me write words. "(Gilman,Charlotte) John does not think that his wife should write, rather he wants her to rest everyday in the room with yellow wallpaper. The wallpaper however begins to take a toll on the woman’s life.
The nurse practitioner or FNP is discouraged by her behavior. The reason being, she felt she had gone to great lengths to communicate to the client to call if she was having problems with taking the medication. She is also worried about the ability of the young mother to care for her baby after it is born because she has very little support, and her boyfriend will be working two jobs. Because of these issues she believes it may be necessary for the patient to be transferred to a high risk clinic. How to be a Successful Leader It is imperative as the nursing supervisor to make certain all resources available to staff are being used to help with the care of the patients.